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This item is an annotated homework problem in vector addition, forces, and acceleration for introductory physics students. The author provides explicit explanations for finding the net acceleration of a log being moved by currents from three directions.
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%0 Electronic Source %A Maloney, David %D August 3, 2007 %T David Maloney's Physics Examples: Kinematics Example 4-Vector Addition %V 2016 %N 29 July 2016 %8 August 3, 2007 %9 text/html %U http://users.ipfw.edu/maloney/ex4.html
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